Rajasthani Chowki created using different kinds of embroidery stitches with liquid embroidery colors The Stitches are 1. Back Stitch 2. Inter-lacing stitch 3. Chain stitch 4. Running stitch 5. Kashmiri Style 6. Zardosi work 7. Kantha work 8. Cut work 9.
How To Do it Yourself
Take 18-18 inches hard board.
Paste a red satin fabric on it using fabric glue
Using a white marker pencil draw 4 squares of each 3 inches all along with border.
Create on the outer most square (along the border) the following stitches using LE Yellow, Orange, Green and Purple 1. Inter-lacing stitch 2. Chain stitch 3. Running stitch
In the second square patch, create Kamal Kadai stitch using LE Purple and yellow
In between the Kamal stitch also create Kashmiri style of embroidery using LE Orange and Golden yellow color
In the 3rd Square patch create Zardosi style of embroydery using LE Glittter Gold Rush (i.e) squeeze a line of gold rush LE and place gold chamkki on it at equi distance creating a Zardosi patters.
In the center of the board, draw 4 mango design and create a cut-work style of embroidery using LE Glitter Gold Rush. Keep LE Orange and Green dots between the line.
Kantha Stitch embroidery can be used to fill up the gaps on the board.
Using LE Purple, Yellow, Blue and orange, squeeze a drop and place round chamkki (medium size) and press to create a pain rim around the chamkki. Repeat this all around as the border
Back Stitch embroidery pattern using LE White creating the last row of the board.
Add a Comment